look in an angry way
shine in a dazzling or disagreeable way
an unpleasant effect given by a strong light
an angry look
making a display of; showing off
"a glare of sunlight"
"he enjoyed being in the limelight"
"when Congress investigates it brings the full glare of publicity to the agency"
"The girl glared at the man who tried to make a pass at her"
"The moon glared back at itself from the lake's surface"
"The sun glared down on us"
A little before midday, when the heat and glare were becoming intolerable.
出自： A. B. Edwards
I turned up the lights and the bright glare revealed..the tattered figure.
出自： S. Leacock
The 74-year-old GP scrupulously keeps himself away from the glare of publicity.
Hyt is not al golde that glareth.
In the kitchen the bulb glared naked from its holder.
出自： J. T. Story
The mistakes in this report really glare at you.
这份报告中的错误真是太明显了。 glare sth at sb
They glared defiance at me.
She advanced a step or two and glared hate at the enemy.